A Polish official says ground-penetrating radar appears to confirm rumours of a Nazi train, believed to be carrying gold, buried near the city of Walbrzych.
Medical charity Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF) says it is taking legal action over a Bollywood film it claims could endanger its staff in conflict zones.
The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison extra-marital affair website, Noel Biderman, steps down, Avid Life Media says.
The Japanese have the reputation of longevity. Now, the latest studies show that they also enjoy the longest periods of healthy lives. (NHK)
James Reynolds reports from the Austrian customs building where a lorry containing the bodies of 71 dead migrants was towed from where it was discovered abandoned near the Hungarian border.
A series of new duty-free stores will open in Ginza, Tokyo, from this autumn to cater to the growing number of foreign customers coming to the shopping district. (The Japan News)
Former US President George Bush returns to New Orleans 10 years on since Hurricane Katrina, a crisis his administration was criticised for over its slow response.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi orders officials to open up to civilians the heavily fortified area of Baghdad known as the Green Zone.
Fishing boats search for more bodies after two boats capsized off Libya on Thursday, with 200 feared drowned.
GB's Shara Proctor wins long jump silver at the World Championships, while Dina Asher-Smith comes fifth in the 200m.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis says Saido Berahino is not a "lump of meat" and needs protecting during this transfer window.
Photojournalist Mario Tama returns to New Orleans to find out what has changed in the city since Hurricane Katrina.
South Korean and US military forces have conducted a joint live firing exercise to test their capabilities in the event of an attack from the north.
Boeing says it has successfully shot a drone out of the sky using a high-powered laser during a test.
Cameras capable of taking 3D images are to be distributed by archaeologists in a bid to preserve ancient sites from destruction by the Islamic State group.
Newsnight's economics correspondent Duncan Weldon on the dilemma over interest rates the US Federal Reserve faces as it meets for its annual symposium.
'If you don't dress in a tracksuit, you're seen as a freak'
Aid agencies believe as many as another 200,000 migrants could arrive in Greece before the end of the year.
Instagram is allowing its 300 million users to post landscape and portrait videos and pictures, as well as squares, for the first time.
Brazil enters recession, as official figures show the country's economy contracted by 1.9% between April and June, compared with the previous three months.